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Let’s talk about… imposter syndrome

Event organised by Benevolent Fund

Date
13 November 2024
Time
12:30 - 13:00 GMT
Location
Online
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Overview

If you’ve ever felt self-doubt related to your workplace accomplishments, then you may have experienced imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome can have a negative impact if left unaddressed, however, tackling it head-on may not be as difficult as it seems… 

During this webinar, delegates will explore:

  • What is Imposter syndrome?
  • Understanding how Imposter syndrome may be appearing in your life
  • Taking calculated risks in your career
  • Tips for overcoming Imposter syndrome

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Programme

12:30 - 12:35

Introduction from Sarah Mason-Parker, casework and communications executive, ICE Ben Fund

12:35 - 12:55

Presentation from Ian Gooden, director, Chiumento Ltd

12:55 - 13:00

Q&A, Ian Gooden, facilitated by Sarah Mason-Parker, ICE Ben Fund

Speakers

Ian Gooden

Ian Gooden

Chiumento Ltd

director

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Ian Gooden

Ian joined Chiumento in 2008 and held a series of senior commercial positions with the company before becoming executive chairman in 2019.

With over 35 years of HR and commercial experience, Ian is a well-known figure in the industry. He has held senior in-house roles with companies including Experian and Bombardier as well as in globally recognised HR consulting and support services businesses including Austin Knight and TMP Worldwide.

He is a chartered member of CIPD and sits on their Resourcing and Talent Planning Steering Group. He is also British Psychological Society Level B registered in Occupational Testing and a member of the Register of Qualification in Test Use (RQTU).

Ian remains an active consultant – particularly in leadership, team building, change and career transition. His key areas of focus include:

  • Leadership in complex, and often increasingly virtual, businesses
  • Leading organisations through change
  • Executive career transition
  • Onboarding in new roles

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